Romantic. Spellbinding. Inspiring. 111 Worth's compelling postcard panoramas continue to delight its residents. A history of New York architecture is reflected via views of historic spires, grand civic buildings and sleek modern skyscrapers. The seasons change the face of Thomas Paine Park; the morning sun reflects off the Woolworth Building. Evening lights sparkle across the Brooklyn Bridge. This is 111 Worth Street, where floor-to-ceiling vistas bathe each room with the colors of the changing sky.
This pleasant red-brick rental apartment building overlooks Foley Square, home to many of the city's most important courthouses. Erected in 2003 by Forest City Ratner, it contains 330 apartments. The building is convenient to City Hall, the Financial District, Chinatown, SoHo and public transportation.
This building has a wood and onyx lobby with a vaulted ceiling, natural light in all corridors, a concierge, a fitness center, a residents' lounge, floor-to-ceiling windows, and granite kitchen islands with countertops and breakfast bars, and baths have tri-view medicine cabinets. All apartments are fully sprinklered and have individual climate control in living rooms and bedrooms. Ceilings range up to 11 feet, and large terraces loom above the city on the 3rd and 15th floors. Pets are allowed.